cue the lightning bolts

the only question that matters: is it true?

Iran has signed the NPT. As a signatory to the NPT, Iran may rightfully, legally, use nuclear technology for peaceful energy purposes. Iran has submitted to and passed repeated IAEA inspections. The US intelligence community (NIE) does not consider Iran a nuclear threat. Israel refuses to sign the NPT. Israel has an estimated several hundred undeclared nuclear weapons. Russia and China have warned that an attack on Iran will have global consequences. That's the situation in a nutshell. Where to next, people? Where to?

Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth? - Galatians 4:16

11.09.2009

China, Africa, Europe, Middle East, immigration: connected

1. 4th ministerial conference of FOCAC begins in Egypt to deepen China-Africa cooperation

by Muhammad Yamany, Zhang Lin

SHARM EL-SHEIKH, Egypt, Nov. 8 (Xinhua) -- The Fourth Ministerial Conference of the China-Africa Cooperation Forum (FOCAC) opened in the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on Sunday.

Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak [American - Israeli puppet - ed.] and African heads of state or government attended the opening ceremony of the two-day conference, with the theme of "deepening the new type of China-Africa strategic partnership for sustainable development."

Mubarak, who chaired the opening ceremony, said in a speech that FOCAC is to establish a new stage of relations between China and Africa and a partnership that Africa and China are looking forward to for peace, security and development.

Egypt, which was the first African country to recognize the People's Republic of China more than half a century ago, supports the one-China policy and also supports FOCAC from the first day of its establishment, said Mubarak.

...According to the eight new measures, China will help Africa build up financing capacity, and will provide 10 billion U.S. dollars in concessional loans to African countries and support Chinese financial institutions in setting up a special loan of 1 billion dollars for small- and medium-sized African businesses. [China has plenty of US dollars to spare - ed.]


read more @ chinaview



2. Chinese premier proposes five ways to expand Egypt ties

excerpt:


Fifth, Wen proposed that exchanges between China and Egypt in cultural and educational fields should be deepened, especially exchanges among youth.


read more @ chinaview



3. via The Truth Seeker: The UN, egalitarianism, and the one world government?


Paul Powers – November 5, 2009

The United Nations (UN) publishes an annual Human Development Report (HDR) of nations with the highest and lowest standards of living. It looks as if this years recenlty released report is a reasonably accurate assessment. European countries make up the top 20 countries on this list (with a few exceptions) and countries of Sub Saharan (black) Africa represent the bottom 20 countries (also with a few exceptions).

A year ago it was revealed that the European Union (EU) intends to bring 50 million Africans into Europe. Why do the want to do this? Part of the explanation lies in the concept known as egalitarianism. Essentially this is a belief system that requires everyone to be equal no matter what. This is of course purely ultra liberal ideology. People like Karl Marx and Martin Luther King are poster boys for this demented way of thinking.

Certainly no can argue that if the EU gets its way they will have gone a very long way in bridging the "gap" between Europe and Africa. Egalitarians wish for a day when HDR rankings are no longer needed. A day when there will be no difference in the standard of living between the number one country (Norway) and the bottom country (Niger).

Egalitarianism like most other "isms" (communism, socialism, fascism, etc) are a means to end. The end being a One World Government. The EU is not an "ism" but is very much a tool of the One World Government. For example, if there was no EU things like proposing to bringing 50 million black Africans to Europe simply could not be possible. What politician in any one country in Europe would say we need Nigerians, Ethiopians, and Ugandans to come make Ireland, Iceland or Italy, a stronger and better country. Try running for parliament, prime minister, or even dog catcher with that agenda.

However, the EU as a nameless and faceless entity is the perfect catalyst to implement such far reaching evil. The EU is controlled by Freemasons who are in turn controlled by the Illuminati who are in turn controlled by the Committee of 300. Only secret societies have the will and means to turn this type of nightmare into a reality. They have used gradualism for the last forty years. Now they are beginning to manifest their true intentions. The 50 million figure is just a start. If 550 million were feasable that would have been the initial target. It's going to take a staggering number of African and Asian immigrants to make every city in Europe look like London.

References:
Human Development Report 2009 - HDI rankings
http://hdr.undp.org/en/statistics/

Secret plot to let 50 million African workers into EU
www.express.co.uk/posts/view/65628/Secret-plot-to-let-50million-African-workers-into-EU


NOTE: of course Egypt is in Africa but is a Middle Eastern country as well, so that's a good place to start hmm? - ed.




4. Johnson: we need a debate on migration

excerpt:

Mr Johnson's message is that "immigration has been a good thing for this country – culturally, socially and certainly economically". He believes passionately that places like London, Birmingham and Liverpool have been "enriched" by it. But he denied recent allegations that Labour pursued an "open-door" policy to create a multicultural society. "We don't have an open-door policy. It is misleading to say we have got one or that we have ever had one. We manage immigration."

read more @ independent


Exactly!!! There is a plan people, it's not all random. We're gonna put the Chinese in Africa, and the Africans in the UK, etc. - ed.

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